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time. how law enforcement is cracking down on this growing problem. you know a lot of people will tell you about the dodge durango's available hemi v8 engine and 360 horsepower, but i'm the only one with the guts to tell you about this glove box. .1 cubic feet of storage, 12 volt light bulb. oh and beautiful injection, molded, thermal, plastic olefin. comfortably fits two turkey sandwiches or 70 packs of gum. say what? look i'm not lying. gum for days. is this a gum ball machine? no it's a dodge durango! ♪ >> police say it's a growing problem, drivers under the enfluns, but it's not alcohol that's at issue. it's drugs impairing drivers. a new approach by law enforcement to catch drug drivers. >> reporter: it's 10:00 on a wednesday night in redding, california. this driver is walking the line. >> you're being placed under arrest for dui. >> but officers say it's not control that put the nan handcuffs. >> i think he's using something that's bringing him up and bringing him down at the same time. this officer is a dui specialist with the redding preliminary. last year, the office recogn
the right to change the law but not to break the laws. that is what totally transformed my life. >> michaele vowed then and there to do his time, educate himself and become a contributing member to society. what followed was an undergraduate degree, a masters degree. he was on his way to a phd until the warden shut that down. >> the warden said this is a threat to our security. we're not a university. this is a prison. >> still michael says that enabled him to focus on writing, aided at that point by his wife carroll. they met while michael was behind bars and have been married ten years now. while in prison, michael published more than half a dozen books about his experience and prison life in general. professors around the country began adding his works to their courses. it was one school that decided to add michael himself. >> i said really? it was an amazing moment for me to think this university was going to hire me. >> the transition was not without the bumps. >> the biggest surprise was learning how to drive. i didn't know that i had forgotten how to drive. i didn't know when i forgot
the laws that i don't believe it. but i don't have a right to break the laws. that's what totally transformed my life. >> he vowed then and there to do his time and contribute to society. what followed was an undergraduate degree, a masters degree in hofstra university. michael was even on his way to a ph.d. until his warden shut that down. >> the ward .said that this is a threat to our security. we're not a university. this is a prison. >> still, moo i kel says that just enabled him to focus on writing, aided at that point by his wife carol. they met while michael was behind bars and have been married for ten years now. while in prison, michael published more than half a dozen books about his experience and prison life in general. professors around the country began adding his works to their courses. but it was one school, though that decided to add michael himself. >> i said really? it was an amazing moment for me to think that the university was going to hire me. >> the transition, though, was not without its bumps. >> the biggest surprise was learning how to drive. i didn't kn
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